Minimally Invasive Soft Tissue Grafting Surgery with AlloDerm Patient Friendly Minimally Invasive Grafting (That Really Works)
AGD Subject Code: 490
Biomaterials have progressively gained popularity in periodontics due to their advantages compared with autogenous grafts, such as unrestricted availability, avoidance of a secondary surgical site, reduction of the surgical time, and patient’s preference. Currently, the Acellular Dermal Matrix ( Alloderm, ADM ) is considered to be the graft substitute with the most similar outcomes to the connective tissue graft (CTG).
Alloderm is routinely used for root coverage procedures and soft tissue augmentation at tooth or implant sites particularly when avoiding a second surgical site and minimizing patient morbidity is the primary concern. Other applications for the use of Alloderm will be presented in this lecture.
Dr. Sorin Boeriu completed the Periodontal Graduate Program at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) School of Dental Medicine in Cleveland, Ohio and a PhD in medical sciences at the University of Medicine, Science and Technology of Targu Mures, Romania. Dr. Boeriu maintains a private practice limited to implant and periodontal surgery. He has published articles with emphasise on soft tissue grafting and periodontal/ restorative treatment of carious and non-carious cervical lesion. He is an international author & speaker. And he is a Fellow of the RCDCW, Diplomate of the International Congress of Implantologists, Member of the American Academy of Periodontology.
Dr. Boeriu is the author of a two textbooks:
• Periodontics in the Tradition of Bissada : Complete works as an educator, researcher and clinical practice
• Clinical Periodontology and Implant Surgery : Translating fundamental questions into clinical practice
Esthetics and Function in oral rehabilitation: digital and analog workflow for predictable results.
Dr. Paolo Scattarelli & Paolo Smaniotto, MDT
AGD Subject Code: 690
The goal of any prosthetic rehabilitation is to restore the function, biology and aesthetics of the masticatory organ. Whether it’s simple cases or more extensive rehabilitations, knowledge of simple and repeatable therapeutic protocols allows the clinician to always be effective and efficient in all phases of treatment. The use of digital tools such as optical scanners and digital pantographs allows us to make the most of the potential of new dental prosthetic materials and their production processes. The integration of “digital” steps with “analogue” clinical and technical steps leads to a symbiosis of clinical procedures and techniques for long-term therapy success. The purpose of the report is to describe our workflows from the diagnostic phase and acceptance of the treatment plan up to the definitive cementation of the prosthetic devices, passing through all the phases of clinical and dental technology implementation.
Dr. Paolo Scattarelli, Freelance Dentist, Professional in Bitonto (BA) Via Luigi Settembrini 21,70032 Bitonto (BA)
Odt. Paolo Smaniotto, Dental Technician Laboratory Owner in Bassano, del Grappa (VI). Active Member of AIOP (Academ Italian Prosthetic Dentistry). Professor of Prosthetic Technologies of the CLOPD University Laboratory Life and Health San Raffaele, Milan (Prof. Enrico Gherlone)
Smaniotto laboratory Via IV Armata 44 36061 Bassano del Grappa (VI).
Toronto Implant Academy (TIA)
Nationally Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement. 9-1-2022 to 8-31-2025. Provider ID# 355116